TelePacific has taken another step forward in its expansion into the lucrative Texas telecom market by expanding its Ethernet over Copper (EoC) footprint into 134 additional Central Offices (COs) through an agreement with fellow CLEC Alpheus Communications.
Alpheus Communications has enhanced its standing in the growing Ethernet over Copper (EoC) race by expanding its network presence 36 percent to serve 129,000 business locations in Southern Texas.
Alpheus Communications, a growing competitive metro-regional fiber provider, has introduced a new 100G managed optical wavelength service targeting carriers that have higher bandwidth needs between and in Texas' DASH market.
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Alpheus Communications, a competitive service provider focused on Texas' DASH (Dallas-Austin-San Antonio-Houston) market, has built a second data center targeting new opportunities that reside within 10 miles of Houston's central business district.
Alpheus, a growing Texas-based competitive telecom provider, has established a number of connections in CyrusOne's data centers in the state as a way to expand its cloud service reach.
Alpheus Communications, a competitive provider focused on Texas' DASH (Dallas-Austin-San Antonio-Houston) market, has received $135 million in new funding from Bank Street Group LLC to refinance its current debt and fund growth.
Alpehus Communications is giving service provider and enterprise customers that need access to Mexico an additional connectivity option via a new Network to Network Interface (NNI) agreement with Monterey, Mexico-based Marcatel.
Las Vegas-- Alpheus Communications on Tuesday extended its wholesale Ethernet services to AireSpring, a Los Angeles-based competitive service provider, enabling it to expand its MPLS and Ethernet presence in Texas.
Las Vegas--Alpheus Communications on Monday completed a dark fiber indefeasible right of use (IRU) deal with independent competitive provider Fidelity Communications, enabling it to expand transport between Dallas and Memphis to better serve its broadband customer base.